Fern Creek Lodge

Address: 4628 Hwy 158, June Lake, California, 93529, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on 4628 Hwy 158, June Lake, is near June Mountain and Double Eagle Resort and Spa.
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    Travel Blogs from June Lake

    The pass is open - YAY!

    A travel blog entry by cathiehm on Oct 27, 2014

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    ... For dinner we hit the Mountain View Room at the Yosemite Lodge (a short drive) and had a lovely meal in gorgeous surrounds. The cathedral ceilings all panelled in wood where lovely and there is a view of the falls (difficult to see at night!). We retreated to the communal lounge in Curry Village so that Josh could beat me AGAIN at Canasta (not sure why I taught him this - in Baker there was nothing else to do!). Tomorrow we hike ...

    The mighty Yosemite

    A travel blog entry by rob.franklin. on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... so the Sheriff had no trouble shining his torch in on us. Rob rose and greeted the friendly local law enforcers in his undies. Sherriff asked what we were doing, despite the obvious. Then he wished us a pleasant night and left us to it!

    The next day was clearer and we got good views of the huge and beautiful lake. We drove slightly further south to Spooner Lake where Rob and Phoenix hired mountain bikes for the day. Rob took off on the 15 mile Flume Trail, it looked ...

    Detours, forest fires, pizza and tents

    A travel blog entry by barneywalker on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... on down the US95 towards the i395 south of Bridgeport. We drove past Mono Lake with it's strange contorted tufa spires appearing to grow out of the water. They were formed when calcium from underground springs came into contact with water in the lake to form limestone. An unexpected, surprising vista en route.

    We drove onwards and upwards onto the Tioga pass and into the Yosemite national park. A beautiful, long, scenic drive over the mountains. Past ...

    Tioga Pass Road

    A travel blog entry by melinaoatley on Jun 10, 2014

    34 photos

    ... were placed by the glacier now precariously positioned on the smooth granite domes. The glacier melted about 18,000 years ago. To the west there were snow covered mountains.

    We spent the afternoon exploring Tuolumne meadows. The ground is covered by snow for the majority of the year. The plants only have about three months of growth. The meadow was only just starting to flower, apparently by July there is a spectacular show. The water from springs and snow melt ...

    Yosemite Sam

    A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on May 13, 2014

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... through out the night where I found myself rising from the sleeping bag hoping to peer out into the darkness and see Yogi fumbling at the safe. Sadly, or some would say luckily, we never saw hide nor hair of a bear. With the national park spreading over just under 750,000 acres you could imagine there is a lot to see, with the epicentre of the park being based around the Yosemite Valley. The valley is encased by high granite walls with ...